Effects of Pasteurella multocida endotoxins on turkey poults.

@article{Rhoades1987EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of Pasteurella multocida endotoxins on turkey poults.},
  author={K R Rhoades and Richard B. Rimler},
  journal={Avian diseases},
  year={1987},
  volume={31 3},
  pages={523-6}
}
Studies of turkey poult responses to Pasteurella multocida endotoxins indicated that lipopolysaccharide (LPS) preparations from two highly pathogenic strains and free endotoxin from one of these strains were all similar in lethal toxicity. Lethal intravenous doses were generally high, 1 mg or more for 1-week-old poults (13.3 mg/kg). The toxic effects of LPS were not increased by repeated administration of small hourly doses. For both forms of endotoxin, the relationship between dose and… CONTINUE READING

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Studies of turkey poult responses to Pasteurella multocida endotoxins indicated that lipopolysaccharide ( LPS ) preparations from two highly pathogenic strains and free endotoxin from one of these strains were all similar in lethal toxicity .
Studies of turkey poult responses to Pasteurella multocida endotoxins indicated that lipopolysaccharide ( LPS ) preparations from two highly pathogenic strains and free endotoxin from one of these strains were all similar in lethal toxicity .
Studies of turkey poult responses to Pasteurella multocida endotoxins indicated that lipopolysaccharide ( LPS ) preparations from two highly pathogenic strains and free endotoxin from one of these strains were all similar in lethal toxicity .
Studies of turkey poult responses to Pasteurella multocida endotoxins indicated that lipopolysaccharide ( LPS ) preparations from two highly pathogenic strains and free endotoxin from one of these strains were all similar in lethal toxicity .
Studies of turkey poult responses to Pasteurella multocida endotoxins indicated that lipopolysaccharide ( LPS ) preparations from two highly pathogenic strains and free endotoxin from one of these strains were all similar in lethal toxicity .
Studies of turkey poult responses to Pasteurella multocida endotoxins indicated that lipopolysaccharide ( LPS ) preparations from two highly pathogenic strains and free endotoxin from one of these strains were all similar in lethal toxicity .
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